Beef jerky bouquets are a thing and they're perfect for your meat-loving valentine

Used with permission from The Manly ManThe Manly Man is selling bouquets made of beef jerky.
  • The Manly Man Company specialises in beef jerky bouquets.
  • A beef jerky “bouquet” is a great Valentine’s Day gift for the meat-lover in your life.
  • You can get a meaty bouquet shaped like roses or daisies.

Floral bouquets made from actual flowers are pretty special, but sometimes bouquets made of food can be even more unique. This Valentine’s Day, you can buy your lover, self, family member, or friend, a beef jerky bouquet.

The Manly Man Company specialises in creating beef jerky “floral” arrangements. The company can make a beef bouquet, which they call a “broquet,” that looks like daisies or roses, but it’s 100% meat and 100% edible.

Each beef jerky bouquet arrives in a Manly Man pint glass. “The broquet is pre-arranged, sealed and packaged fresh in a stylish printed box. Our custom package design allows the bouquet to come fully assembled and easily slides out making it the ultimate gift experience,” reads a description on the site.

Even though they call themselves the Manly Man Co. and the product is marketed as a gift for men, we’re sure there are jerky enthusiasts across the entire gender spectrum who would appreciate this tasty Valentine’s Day treat.

The bouquets come in four flavours: Original, Teriyaki, Hot, or Mixed

Beef jerky flower bouquet in boxUsed with permission from The Manly Man CompanyThe bouquets come in rose and daisy varieties.

Bouquet prices start at $US49 for a bouquet that arrives in a pint glass. Prices go up if you want to upgrade to a beer mug in lieu of a vase or get a full dozen “flowers” instead of the standard half-dozen.

There’s even an option to have the gift arrive exactly on Valentine’s Day so you don’t have to worry about the jerky expiring

Beef jerky rose bouquet spicyUsed with permission from The Manly Man CompanyThe spicy rose beef jerky bouquet can be sent in a pint glass.

According to the company, the bouquet arrives fresh because the flowers are sealed and pre-arranged in protective packaging.

Currently, all of their rose-shaped jerky bouquets for Valentine’s Day are sold out, so if you want to surprise your love by February 14, act fast and get a “daisy” bouquet before those are gone, too.


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